Saturday, November 20, 2010

Sock Club at Cast Away

Showing off the goods

As you may have guessed, I love to knit socks. Knitting socks is what pulled me back into knitting in a way I never knew was possible. When my LYS, Cast Away in Santa Rosa, CA opened  two years ago and was looking for knitting teachers, I thought sock knitting was something I knew inside and out and would love to teach. I've been teaching for 2 years now and I love it. In March of this year, we formed a Sock Club at Cast Away. I chose patterns and yarn for us to knit gorgeous socks of all different sorts: toe-up, top-down, 2-at-a-time, entrelac, guernsey, and colorwork. We have had a great time getting together every other month to knit socks and to support and cheer each other on. 

Diana and Christine
Fancy Feet???
Ladies of 2010 Sock Club  
Since March we have knit 4 pairs of socks and are now working on our 5th pair.

Our first pair: Seaweed Socks-Toe Up in Malabrigo Sock 

2nd pair: Pomotomas Socks in Shibui Sock yarn
3rd pair: Entrelac Socks in Noro Kureyon Sock
4th pair: Arch-Shaped Stockings in St. Denis Nordique
5th pair: Guernsey Holiday Socks in Cascade Heritage


Jill L said...

great socks and ladies!

Anonymous said...


Great share, thanks for your time